Sorry guys, I was trying to get advice on this matter before going into details.
I'm the first one to agree the bay area was the last place I was expecting to see something like this, Trust me.
What I have is a 4+ minute, 300+MB video of this thing taken at sunset(~20.30) taken with a Bushnell equinox Z monocular with a 6x zoom. The video is
blurry(sorry) at times, and the quality could be more desired(double sorry), and the video lacks audio, but I think you can make out the green and red
wing lights flashing pretty easily with the slowly sinking sun, and grey fog backdrop. Then again, maybe because we saw that green and red so
prominently during the encounter, it won't be as apparent in the video.
But the quality ISN'T the point.
This thing could MOVE. Then stop on a dime. Then take off again like it was nothing. Then it just kind of disappeared. I tried to keep the camera as
low as possible, so you can have some perspective on how quick this guy was.
I know when I figure out how to upload this file. Alot of people will be disappointed due to the shaky hand syndrome.
Not my finest moment (or gear available on hand) in my photography career.
I'm sharing this with you guys for analysis. So please, feel free to criticize and much more, and please let me know if you think this video doesn't
show a thing.
When I get this video up, Don't look for a shape in this video. you won't see one(hence the RCS comment).
what this video shows us is how much of the skyline this thing could move across like it was nothing at all.
I will be uploading this by the end of the morning. Just have to figure out how to share such a behemoth of a file. I may just throw it into
Im not here to brag, or to tell you what I saw I'm here to share with this awesome community something that I can legally share and hoping for your
I just hope you guys will be able to help me figure out what I saw last night:
New done project?
Or just swamp gas?